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EVENTS

Upcoming Events in the DCCCD

The LeCroy Center is filled with talented people who are responsible for putting on some of the informative events throughout DCCCD each year. We want to keep you updated on all pertinent details, so check back here frequently to see what events we have coming up and how you can register for each. Keep an eye on our home page for new events, as well!

DCCCD held Faculty Return Week from Aug. 14-19, with presentations at all seven campuses. LeCroy's Learning Technology Team gave several presentations, including the following:

Learning Technology Team Presentations

Make a Start: 6 Steps Towards an Accessible Course
This presentation covers six steps that will get you started toward accessibility compliance. These steps will also help you create a more Universally Designed course for all students. Prevent stress and get a head start on accessibility before you receive a request for accommodation.

Planning for Unexpected Absences: How Do I Teach my Class in eCampus
This presentation will provide faculty information about facilitating and creating emergency lessons when coming to campus is not possible. Many situations arise during the semester such as illness, severe weather or campus closures. This presentation will discuss tools to help with the continuation of teaching and learning during emergency situations.

Six Secrets to Online Group Work
Coming up with ways to engage students in online group work can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be! In this presentation, ideas you will learn about include some of the ways faculty have used online group work to enhance their student's learning and to enrich the student experience. With little work you too can get your students collaborating, interacting and ideating in groups.

Creative Commons and Public Domain: Searching for Materials
Ever felt like you wanted to add some photos, music or videos to your online course but don’t because you are afraid you will break the law? In this presentation, Creative Commons licensing will be explained and you will learn where to look for content that is published under this type of licensing. Resources will be shared for where you can find content that you can include in your course with peace of mind.

“Phigitals,” The Incoming Generation of Learners

District Video Services: Incorporating Video in the Classroom

Student Support & Retention: Using eCampus for Feedback

Make a Start: 6 Steps Towards an Accessible Course

ADA Accessibility Overview

5 Strategies to increase Student Engagement in Online Courses

OER: Online Educational Resources

Feedback Feed Forward: Stream it Assessment

Student Engagement: Engagement and Feedback for Students

Phone
(972) 669-6600
Address
9596 Walnut St, Dallas TX 75243
Angela Auzenne
AAuzenne@dcccd.edu